Dear Future Husband

Dear Future Husband,

Our future can be found in a mixture of the new Megan Trainer song “Dear Future Husband” and the song “Forever and Ever Amen” by Randy Travis. It should be the perfect mix of fast and happy and slow and romantic. But also it should be a mix of the versus from those two songs. Our future sound be full of happiness and laughter no matter if we are mad at each other or having a good day. I want to sit around and watch movies with you on cold days and spend warm days outside playing in the park with our children or dogs.


Your future wife



For this assignment, it is pretty quick and too the point. Others might have longer versions or might have a tougher time describing what they want in their significant other. I’m already engaged so I know who my future husband is and I know the things I see in him and what I want so it wasn’t too hard for me. When writing this assignment, try not to think about the physical attributes (even though those can be used) but try to focus more on what brings you happiness and joy.

Having Dinner with an Old Friend…

Tonight, I am having Eve Winters over for dinner. I am cooking chicken with pasta on the side. I am also deciding last minute to make up a salad. I wonder what would go good on a salad.. pickles… olives… orange slices… I am staring into my fridge randomly to come up with something to add on this salad for our dinner. Eve gets there and we are sitting at this table I have set and it is getting time to b100_1215egin eating. We talk about all the different radio shows we listened to this week and how those shows have changed our perspectives of horror and scary talks. After we finished talking, I brought out the salad. She looked horrified. Almost as if we were talking about those radio shows again a
nd the things that were said in the shows. I knew I shouldn’t have made that salad.

Watching TV for Homework

This writing assignment caught my eye because I just recently started the Grey’s Anatomy series after finishing One Tree Hill so I figured I had to do it! :)

Grey’s Anatomy is a series that captures the life of surgeons and interns becoming surgeons. Throughout the show, the cast is seen inside of the hospital and in the surgical rooms. Rarely in this show do the extras talk but every now and then one of the other surgeons in the operating room or in the hallway will make a comment to one of the main cast. The acting skills are hard to tell because they do not say much or have much acting to do. Extras in the background of the scenes are often just seen walking around or in conversations with other people. What they wear in this show doesn’t really have much to do with who they are, main or extras. Everyone is seen wearing scrubs and usually of the same color if not another pastel color. Depending on the location of the scene, that will determine how many extras can be seen at one point in time and who is talking. The extras in Grey’s Anatomy vary in ages depending on what role that character has. Nurses tend to be younger actresses and surgeons tend to be older looking males. Parents or random people walking around vary in ages.

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GREY'S ANATOMY - ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" stars Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, Gaius Charles as Shane Ross, Tessa Ferrer as Leah Murphy, Jessica Capshaw as Arizona Robbins, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Jerrika Hinton as Stephanie Edwards, Camilla Luddington as Jo Wilson, Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Jesse Williams as Jackson Avery and James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber. (Photo by Bob D'Amico/ABC via Getty Images)